Staten Island Diner Owner Left With 100 Turkeys Due To New COVID-19 Rules
Under the new COVID-19 restrictions, some areas in the state of New York is placed on a red zone. This means that no dining indoors is allowed, and it has hurt a lot of businesses.
Ohio Man Arrested After Pulling Out Brass Knuckles Over Face Mask Policy
A man from Ohio who entered Walmart without a mask was arrested after pulling out brass knuckles. The police officer also found a knife in his pocket.
Disney to Layoff 32,000 Employees in 2021 Due to COVID-19 Crisis
As the pandemic continuously ravages most industries, the American diversified multinational mass media, and the entertainment conglomerate, The Walt Disney Company plans to lay off an estimated 32,000 employees in the first half of 2021.
Health Workers Running on Empty Amid the Resurgence of COVID-19
As the pandemic surges and hospitals flood with patients, health workers on the frontlines are running on empty under rising pressure.
CIA Agent Dies in Combat in Somalia as President Trump Plans To Withdraw Troops
The unnamed agent was wounded and later died during an operation in Somalia. The agency will pay tribute to the agent on the CIA Memorial Wall for his service.
Soon to in Launch Europe, US ‘Climate Guardian’ Satellite to Keep Watch over Oceans
The Climate Guardian will be sent up this weekend to monitor the rise of the seas. This is a joint venture of the US and Europe in keeping tabs on climate change.
Scotland as the First Country to Make Period Products Free
Scotland makes history as the first country to make pads and tampons free for all women. The Scottish Parliament voted unanimously to make the Period Products bill a law.
Academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert Convicted of Espionage Freed From Iran
Academic British-Australian Kylie Moore-Gilbert, jailed by Iran for over two years on espionage charges, has been freed in a prisoner exchange for three Iran citizens. The Middle Eastern studies lecturer at the University of Melbourne had been imprisoned in Iran since 2018.
Actor Ricky Schroder Bails out Kyle Rittenhouse Says He Should Not Be There in the First Place
Actor Ricky Schroder bailed out Kenosha Gunman Kyle Rittenhouse when no one would. Said that he believes the press is after Kyle and will help defend his case.
Supreme Court Blocks NY Coronavirus Restrictions on Houses of Worship
Despite the threat of a second wave of coronavirus infections, the Supreme Court temporarily barred New York from enforcing specifications regarding attendance limits at houses of worship in areas that are still hard hit by the pandemic on Wednesday.
Sudan's Former Prime Minister Sadiq Al-Mahdi Succumbs To COVID-19 at 84, After 3 Weeks Hospitalization
Former Sudan Prime Minister Sadiq al-Mahdi died from contracting COVID-19 three weeks after being admitted to the hospital in the United Arab Emirates.
Denver Mayor Travels for Thanksgiving Despite His COVID-19 Policies, Apologizes
Despite the Denver Mayor's guidelines about traveling during the Thanksgiving holiday, Michael Hancock reportedly boarded a plane to Houston on Wednesday. The Colorado capital recently witnessed a record increase in COVID-19 cases.
Permit Denied: Trump Formally Stopped the Controversial Pebble Mine Project
The Trump administration ended a controversial planned Pebble mine project in Alaska on Wednesday, which dismayed the mining company's CEO.
President Trump Celebrates What His Administration Has Done in the Service of All Americans
This Thanks Giving, President Trump said that his administration has worked for the American people. In the last four years the hard work has yielded COVID-19 vaccines and more work for all America’s working class.
US Air Force Displays Cruise Missile, Fired by B-1 Bomber That Pounded Isis
The US Air Force released images of a B-1 Lancer Bomber with air to ground missile strapped to its fuselage. It is only a demo to see if the platform can mount the weapons.